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EN User manual
FR_CA Manual del usuario
ES_LA Manuel dutilisation
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7 Adjust sound 36
Control the volume 36
Select surround sound 36
Select a preset sound 36
8 Adjust settings 37
General setup 37
Audio setup 39
Video setup 41
Preferences 43
9 Additional Information 45
Update software 45
Care 45
10 Specications 46
11 Troubleshooting 48
12 Glossary 50
Contents
1 Important 4
Important safety instruction 4
Trademark notice 6
2 Your Home Theater System 7
Feature highlights 7
Product overview 8
3 Connect 11
Place the Home Theater System 11
Connect video cables 11
Connect speakers and subwoofer 14
Connect radio antenna 14
Connect audio cables/other devices 15
Connect power cord 17
4 Get started 18
Insert the remote control batteries 18
Find the correct viewing channel 19
Select menu display language 19
Turn on Progressive Scan 20
Change speaker settings 21
Use Philips EasyLink 22
Select a play source 24
5 Play 25
Play a disc 25
Play video 25
Play music 28
Play photo 29
Play from USB device 31
Play from portable media player 31
Play from iPod 32
Play from radio 33
6 Advanced features 35
Create MP3 audio les 35
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When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination
to avoid injury from tip-over.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning
storm or when unused for long periods
of time.
Refer all servicing to qualied service
personnel. Servicing is required when
the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply cord or plug
is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into the apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or
moisture, does not operate normally, or
has been dropped.
Battery usage CAUTION - To prevent
battery leakage which may result in bodily
injury, property damage or damage to
the unit:
Install all batteries correctly, + and
- as marked on the unit.
Do not mix batteries ( old a nd new
or carbon and alkaline , etc.).
Remove batteries when the unit is
not used for a long time.
Apparatus shall not be exposed to
dripping or splashing.
Do not place any sources of danger on
the apparatus (e.g. liquid lled objects,
lighted candles).
This product may contain lead and
mercury. Disposal of these materials
may be regulated due to environmental
considerations. For disposal or recycling
information, please contact your local
authorities or the Electronic Industries
Alliance: www.eiae.org.com
Use of controls or adjustments or
performance of procedures other than
herein may result in hazardous radiation
exposure or other unsafe operation.
1 Important
Important safety instruction
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the
manufacturers instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
or other apparatus (including ampliers)
that produce heat.

Do not defeat the safety purpose of
the polarized or grounding-type plug.
A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding
type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for your safety.
If the provided plug does not t into
your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being
walked on or pinched, particularly at
plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories
specied by the manufacturer.

Use only with the cart, stand, tripod,
bracket or table specied by the
manufacturer or sold with the apparatus.
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However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular
installation. Of this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
Relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between
equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on
a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/TV technician for help.
Notice for Canada
Class B Clause
This digital apparatus does not exceed the
Class B limits for radio noise emissions from
digital apparatus as set out in the Radio
Interference Regulations of the Canadian
Department of Communications.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003.
Copyright notice

This product incorporates copyright
protection technology that is protected
by method claims of certain U.S. patents
and other intellectual property rights
owned by Macrovision Corporation and
other rights owners. Use of this copyright
protection technology must be authorised
by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended
for home and other limited viewing uses only
unless otherwise authorised by Macrovision
Corporation. Reverse engineering or
disassembly is prohibited.

Warning
Modications not authorized by the manufacturer
may void user authority to operate this device.
Where the mains plug or an appliance coupler is
used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device
shall remain readily operable.
Risk of overheating! Never install the Home Theater
System in a conned space. Always leave a space of
at least 4 inches around the Home Theater System
for ventilation. Ensure curtains or other objects
never cover the ventilation slots on the Home
Theater System.
Recycle notice

This electronic equipment contains a large
number of materials that can be recycled
or reused if disassembled by a specialized
company. If you are disposing of an old
machine, please take it to a recycling center.
Please observe the local regulations regarding
disposal of packaging materials, exhausted
batteries and old equipment.
Notice for USA
This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications.

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HDMI, and HDMI logo and High-Denition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or
registered trademarks of HDMI licensing LLC.

The USB-IF Logos are trademarks of Universal
Serial Bus Implementers Forum, inc.

iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in
the U.S. and other countries.
Made for iPod means that an electronic
accessory has been designed to connect
specically to iPod and has been certied by
the developer to meet Apple performance
standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of
this device or its compliance with safety and
regulatory standards.


ENERGY STAR and the ENERGY STAR mark
are registered U.S. marks.
Philips and Philips Shield are used under
license of Koninklijke Electronics NV.

Made for
iPod
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
About Progressive Scan

Consumers should note that not all high
denition television sets are fully compatible
with this product and may cause artifacts to
be displayed in the picture. In case of 525
or 625 progressive scan picture problems,
it is recommended that the user switch the
connection to the standard denition output.
If there are questions regarding our TV set
compatibility with this model 525p and 625p
DVD player, please contact our customer
service center.
Trademark notice

Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.

DivX, DivX Ultra Certied, and associated
logos are trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are
used under license.
Ofcial DivX Ultra Certied product.
Plays all versions of DivX video (including
DivX 6) with enhanced playback of DivX
media les and the DivX Media Format.
Plays DivX video with menus, subtitles and
audio tracks.

Windows Media and the Windows logo are
trademarks, or registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
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Hi speed USB 2.0 Link and MP3 link
Simply plug your USB device into the USB jack
to play your MP3/WMA/JPEG/DivX les; or
plug your portable media player to the MP3
LINK jack to enjoy the music play in superb
sound quality.

Sync the audio output with the video play
Synchronize audio and video by delaying the
audio output if the video signal sent to the TV
is slower than the audio streams.

Create MP3 les
Convert your favorite audio tracks from an
audio CD into MP3 format. The created MP3
les are saved in your USB device.

Screen Fit
View the movie in full screen display on any
TV.

Region codes
You can play discs with the following region
codes.
DVD region code Countries

U.S. A. and Canada











2 Your Home
Theater System
Congratulations on your purchase, and
welcome to Philips! To fully benet from the
support that Philips offers, register your product
at www.philips.com/welcome.
Feature highlights
Video upscaling to 1080p
Enjoy watching discs in the highest picture
quality available for your HDTV. This Home
Theater System offers full high-denition
video playback up to 1080p resolution
that provides a highly detailed picture and
increased sharpness that delivers a more
true-to-life picture for an amazing viewing
experience.

Philips EasyLink
Your Home Theater System supports
Philips EasyLink, which uses the HDMI CEC
(Consumer Electronics Control) protocol.
EasyLink-compliant devices that are connected
through HDMI connectors can be controlled
by a single remote control.
Note
Philips does not guarantee 100% interoperability
with all HDMI CEC devices.
Listen to rich uncompressed multi-channel
surround sound
This Home Theater System supports 5.1
channels of uncompressed audio that delivers
a real-to-life sound experience as if you are
listening to it live.


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h IR sensor
Detects signals from the remote
control. Point the remote control at
the IR sensor.
i VOL
Increases or decreases volume.
j MP3 LINK
Connects a portable audio player
k ( USB )
Connects a USB supported device.

Product overview
Main unit

a ( Standby-On )
Turns on the Home Theater System
or switches to standby mode.
b Disc compartment
c ( Open/Close )
Opens or closes the disc
compartment.
d ( Play/Pause )
Starts, pauses or resumes disc play.
In radio mode, automatically tunes
radio stations during rst-time setup.
e ( Stop )
Stops disc play.
In radio mode, erases the current
preset radio station.
f SOURCE
Selects a media to play or listen to
audio from the connected device.
g Display panel
Displays the current status or disc
information.
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c Source buttons
AUDIO SOURCE : Selects an audio
input source.
RADIO : Switches to FM band.
USB : Switches to the USB source.
DOCK : Switches to the iPod in the
dock.
DISC : Switches to the disc source.
d SETUP
Accesses or exits the setup menu.
e ( Navigation buttons )
Navigates through the menus.
Press left and right for fast backward
or forward search.
In radio mode, press up and down to
tune the radio frequency.
In radio mode, press left or right to
start auto search.
f INFO
For discs, displays information about
the current status or the disc.
For slideshows, displays a thumbnail
view of photo les.
g ( Play/Pause )
Starts, pauses or resumes disc play.
In radio mode, automatically tunes
radio stations during rst-time setup.
h ( Stop )
Stops disc play.
In radio mode, erases the current
preset radio station.
i SURR ( Surround Sound )
Switches to supported surround
sound or stereo sound.
j AUDIO SYNC
Selects an audio language or channel.
Press and hold to access the setting
for audio sync, then press VOL +/- to
set the audio delay time.
k Numeric buttons
Selects an item to play.

Remote control

a ( Standby-On )
Turns on the Home Theater System
or switches to standby mode.
Press and hold to turn off the Home
Theater System and all HDMI CEC
compliant devices.
b ( Open/Close )
Opens or closes the disc
compartment.

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l SUBTITLE
Select DVD or DivX subtitle
languages.
m SCREEN FIT
Fits the picture format to the TV
screen.
n CREATE MP3 / ZOOM
Accesses the menu to create MP3.
Zooms in or out of the picture.
o OK
Conrms an entry or selection.
p BACK
Returns to a previous screen.
For DVD, goes to the title menu.
For VCD version 2.0 or SVCD with
PBC turned on, returns to the menu
during playback.
q / ( Previous/Next )
Skips to the previous or next title,
chapter, or track.
r ( Mute )
Mutes or restores audio output.
s VOL +/-
Increases or decreases volume.
t SOUND
Selects a predened sound effect.
u SLEEP
Sets a delay after which the Home
Theater System switches to standby.
v REPEAT / PROGRAM
Selects or turns off repeat or shufe
mode.
In radio mode, resets the list of
preset stations: press to manually
reset; press and hold to automatically
reset.
w REPEAT A-B
Marks the section for repeat play, or
turns off repeat mode.
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1 Place this Home Theater System near the
TV.
2 Place the speakers system at normal
listening ear-level and directly parallel to
the listening area.
3 Place the subwoofer at the corner of the
room or at least 3 feet away from the TV.
Tip
To avoid magnetic interference or unwanted noise,
never place this Home Theater System too close to
any radiation devices.
Connect video cables
Connect this Home Theater System to TV to
view disc play. Select the best video connection
that the TV can support.
Option 1: Connect to the HDMI jack (for
a HDMI, DVI or HDCP-compliant TV).
Option 2: Connect to the component
video jacks (for a standard TV or
Progressive Scan TV).
Option 3: Connect to the video (CVBS)
jack (for a standard TV).
Option 4: Connect to the RF modulator
(for TV with only a single antenna input
jack).
Note
You must connect this Home Theater System
directly to a TV.
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3 Connect
Make the following connections to use your
Home Theater System.
Basic connections:
Video
Speakers and subwoofer
Power
Optional connections:
Radio antenna
Audio
Audio from TV
Audio from cable box/recorder/
game console
Other devices
Portable media player
USB device
iPod docking station
Note
Refer to the type plate at the back or bottom of the
product for identication and supply ratings.
Before you make or change any connections, ensure
that all the devices are disconnected from the power
outlet.
Tip
Different types of connectors may be used to
connect this product to your TV, depending on
availability and your needs. A comprehensive
interactive guide to help you connect your product is
available at www.connectivityguide.philips.com.

Place the Home Theater
System
Place the Home Theater System where
it cannot be pushed, pulled over or
knocked down. Do not place it in an
enclosed cabinet.
Be sure that you have full access to the
power cord for easy disconnection of the
Home Theater System from the power
supply.
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Option 2: Connect to the component
video jack

1 Connect the component video cable
(not supplied) to the Y Pb Pr jacks on
this Home Theater System and the
COMPONENT VIDEO input jacks on the
TV.
If a progressive scan TV is used, you
may turn on the progressive scan
mode. (see Get started > Turn on
Progressive Scan).
Note
The component video input jack on the TV might be
labeled as Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr or YUV.
This type of connection provides good picture
quality.
VIDEO OUT
Pb Pr Y
Pb Pr Y
Option 1: Connect to the HDMI jack

1 Connect an HDMI cable (not supplied)
to the HDMI OUT jack on this Home
Theater System and the HDMI input jack
on the TV.
Note
If your device supports HDMI CEC, you can control
compliant devices with a single remote control. (see
Get started > Use Philips EasyLink).
Tip
If the TV has a DVI connection only, connect via
a HDMI/DVI adaptor. Connect an audio cable for
sound output.
You can optimize the video output. (see Adjust
settings > Video setup > [HDMI Setup] ).
This type of connection provides the best picture
quality.
HDMI OUT
HDMI IN
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Option 4: Connect to the RF
modulator

If your TV only has a single Antenna Input
jack (labeled as 75 ohm or RF In), use a RF
modulator to view the disc play on the TV.
1 Connect a composite video cable
(yellow) from the VIDEO jack on this
Home Theater System to the video input
jack on RF modulator.
2 Connect a RF coaxial cable (not supplied)
from the ANTENNA OUT or
TO TV jack on the RF modulator to the
ANTENNA IN jack on your TV.
3 If the off-air antenna or Cable TV service
signal is connected to your TV, disconnect
it from your TV and connect it to the
ANTENNA IN or RF IN jack on the RF
modulator.
Tip
See your electronics retailer or contact Philips
for details about RF modulator availability and
operations.
VIDEO
Option 3: Connect to the Video
(CVBS) jack

1 Connect a composite video cable to
the VIDEO jack on this Home Theater
System and the VIDEO input jack on the
TV.
Note
The video input jack on the TV might be labeled as
A/V IN, VIDEO IN, COMPOSITE or BASEBAND.
This type of connection provides standard picture
quality.
VIDEO
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO IN
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Connect radio antenna

1 Connect the FM antenna to the FM75
jack on this Home Theater System
(for some models, this cable is already
connected).
2 Extend the FM antenna and x its ends to
the wall.
Tip
For better FM stereo reception, connect to an
external FM antenna.
FM (75 )
ANTENNA
Connect speakers and
subwoofer

1 Connect the speakers and subwoofer to
the matching jacks on the Home Theater
System.
Note
Ensure that the colors of the plugs and jacks are
matched.
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Connect audio from cable box/
recorder/game console
You can choose to connect to analog or digital
jack depending on the device capabilities.

Connect to analog jacks

1 Connect the audio cables (not supplied)
to the AUDIO IN-AUX2 jacks on the
Home Theater System and the AUDIO
output jacks on the device.
Note
To listen to the audio output from this connection,
press AUDIO SOURCE repeatedly until AUX2 is
displayed on the display panel.
AUX 2
AUDIO OUT
AUX 2
AUDIO IN
Connect audio cables/other
devices
Route the audio from other devices to this
Home Theater System to enjoy audio play with
multi-channel surround capabilities.
Connect audio from TV
(also used for EasyLink control)

1 Connect the audio cables (not supplied)
to the AUDIO IN-AUX1 jacks on the
Home Theater System and the AUDIO
output jacks on the TV.
Note
To listen to the audio output from this connection,
press AUDIO SOURCE repeatedly until AUX1 is
displayed on the display panel.
AUDIO OUT
AUX 1
AUDIO IN
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Note
To listen to the audio output from this connection,
press AUDIO SOURCE repeatedly until OPTI IN is
displayed on the display panel.
Connect portable media player

1 Connect a 3.5mm stereo audio cable (not
supplied) to the MP3 LINK jack on this
Home Theater System and the phone
jack on the portable media player (such as
MP3 player).
Note
To listen to the audio output from this connection,
press AUDIO SOURCE repeatedly until MP3 LINK
is displayed on the display panel.

MP3
Connect to coaxial jack

1 Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied)
to the COAXIAL DIGITAL-IN jack
on the Home Theater System and the
COAXIAL/DIGITAL output jack on the
device.
Note
To listen to the audio output from this connection,
press AUDIO SOURCE repeatedly until COAX IN
is displayed on the display panel.
Connect to optical jack

1 Connect an optical cable (not supplied)
to the OPTICAL DIGITAL-IN jack
on the Home Theater System and the
OPTICAL/SPDIF output jack on the
device.
COAXIAL
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
DIGITAL IN
DIGITAL IN
OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
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Connect power cord
Warning
Risk of product damage! Ensure that the power
supply voltage corresponds to the voltage printed
on the back or the underside of the Home Theater
System.
1 Connect the power cord to the power
outlet when all the required connections
are done.
The Home Theater System is ready to
be set up for use.
Connect USB device

1 Connect the USB device to USB jack
on this Home Theater System.
Note
This Home Theater System can only play/view MP3,
WMA, DivX (Ultra) or JPEG les that are stored on
such devices.
Press USB to access the content and play the les.
Connect iPod docking station

1 Connect the iPod docking station to
DOCK jack on this Home Theater
System.
Note
To listen to the audio output from this connection,
press DOCK .
DOCK
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Control a play source
1 Select the source you wish to control by
pressing the AUDIO SOURCE , RADIO ,
USB , DOCK or DISC button.
2 Then select the desired function (for
example , ).
Navigate through the menu

1 Point the remote control directly at the
remote sensor on the Home Theater
System and select the desired function.
2 Press the following buttons on the
remote control to navigate through the
on-screen menus.
Button Action
Move up or down
Move left or right
OK Conrm a selection

Enter numbers
4 Get started
Insert the remote control
batteries

1 Slide the battery cover off the back of the
remote control.
2 Insert the 2 supplied batteries (AAA). Be
sure the + and - ends of the batteries line
up with the markings inside the case.
3 Slide the cover back into position.
Note
Do not mix batteries (old and new or carbon and
alkaline, etc.).
Remove batteries if they are exhausted or if the
remote control is not to be used for a long time.
Batteries contain chemical substances, they should
be disposed of properly.
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Select menu display language
Note
Skip this setting if this Home Theater System is
connected to a HDMI CEC compliant TV. It switches
automatically to the same OSD menu language as
per your TV setting.

1 Press DISC .
2 Press SETUP .
[General Setup] menu is displayed.
3 Press .
4 Press to select [OSD Language] in
the menu, then press .
The language options are different
depending on your country or
region. It may not correspond to the
illustration shown here.
5 Press to select a language, then press
OK .
Tip
You can set the default language for DVD disc menu
(see Adjust settings > Preferences > [Disc Menu] ).
General Setup
Screen Saver
Disc Lock
EasyLink Setup
Display Dim
DivX(R) VOD Code
Sleep Timer
Auto
Espaol
Franais
English
OSD Language
Find the correct viewing
channel
1 Press to turn on the Home Theater
System.
2 Press DISC to switch to disc mode.
3 Turn on the TV and switch to the correct
video-in channel in one of the following
ways:
Go to the lowest channel on your
TV, then press the Channel Down
button until you see the Philips
screen.
Press SOURCE button repeatedly
on the remote control of your TV.
Set the TV to channel 3 or 4 if a RF
modulator is used.
Tip
The video-in channel is between the lowest and
highest channels and may be called FRONT, A/V IN,
VIDEO, HDMI etc.. See the TV user manual on how
to select the correct input on your TV.
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8 Press SETUP to exit the menu.
9 You can now turn on the progressive scan
mode on the TV.
Note
During play, when progressive scan mode is on
for both this Home Theater System and the
TV, distorted picture may display. Turn off the
progressive scan feature on both this Home Theater
System and the TV.

Turn on Progressive Scan
If the TV supports progressive scan output, you
can connect this Home Theater System and the
TV using component video connection. (see
Connect video cables > Option 2: Connect to
the component video jack).

1 Turn on the TV and ensure that the TV
progressive scan mode is deactivated (see
the TV user manual).
2 Switch the TV to the correct viewing
channel for this Home Theater System.
3 Press DISC .
4 Press SETUP .
5 Press to select [Video Setup] in the
menu, then press .
6 Select [Progressive] > [On] , then press
OK .
A warning message is displayed.
7 To proceed, select [Ok] and press OK .
The progressive setup is complete.
Note
If a blank/distorted screen is displayed, wait for 15
seconds for the auto recover.
If no picture displayed, turn off the progressive
scan mode as follows: 1) Press to open the disc
compartment. 2) Press . 3) Press AUDIO SYNC .

Video Setup
Picture Setting
Closed Caption
HDMI Setup
TV Display
TV System
Screen Fit
Progressive
On
Off
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2 Press to change the volume level,
then press OK .
The test tone is emitted from the
speaker.
Repeat the above setting for other
speakers until all the speakers output
level sounds equally balance.
To exit the menu, press SETUP .

To set the output delay time (center and rear
speakers only)

1 Select [Speakers Delay] in the menu,
then press .

2 Press to set the delay time, then press
OK .
Repeat the above setting for other
speakers until the sound output from
different speakers reach the listening
position at the same time.
To exit the menu, press SETUP .
Tip
Set a longer delay time if the center speaker or rear
speaker is closer to the listening position than the
front speaker.
Allow 1ms setting for every 1 foot distance between
the speaker and the listening position.
Speakers Distance Setup
Center
Rear Left
Rear Right
0MS
0MS
0MS
Change speaker settings
Ideally, the distance between listening position
and all the speakers should be the same. If not,
change the speaker settings based on their
distance from the listening position to obtain
the best possible surround sound.

1 Press DISC .
2 Press SETUP .
3 Press to select [Audio Setup] in the
menu, then press .
If the speaker setup option is not
accessible, press twice before you
press SETUP .

To set the speakers level

1 Select [Speakers Volume] in the menu,
then press .

CD Upsampling
Speakers Delay
Speakers Volume
HDMI Audio
Audio Setup
Audio Sync
Speakers Volume Setup
Front Left
Front Right
Center
Subwoofer
Rear Left
Rear Right
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
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EasyLink
You can turn off or turn on all EasyLink
features.
One-touch play
When you connect your Home Theater
System to devices that support one-touch
play, you can control your Home Theater
System and the devices with one remote
control. For example, when you press Play on
your Home Theater System remote control,
your TV automatically switches to the
correct channel to show the DVD content.
To enable One-touch play, a video disc must
be placed in the disc compartment before
operation.
One-touch standby
When you connect your Home Theater
System to devices that support standby, you
can use your Home Theater System remote
control to put your Home Theater System
and all connected HDMI devices in standby
mode. You can perform one-touch standby
using the remote control from any of the
connected HDMI devices.
System Audio Control
When you connect your Home Theater
System to HDMI CEC compliant devices,
your Home Theater System can switch
automatically to play audio from the
connected device.
To use one-touch audio, you must map the
audio input from the connected device to
your Home Theater System.
Audio Input Mapping
When you map the audio input correctly, this
Home Theater System switches to the audio
from the played device automatically.

Use Philips EasyLink
Your Home Theater System supports
Philips EasyLink, which uses the HDMI CEC
(Consumer Electronics Control) protocol.
EasyLink-compliant devices that are connected
through HDMI connectors can be controlled by
a single remote control.
Note
Philips does not guarantee 100% interoperability
with all HDMI CEC devices.
1 Turn on the HDMI CEC operations on
the TV and other connected devices. See
TVs/devices manual for details.
2 You can now enjoy the following Philips
EasyLink controls.
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For example, if the TV audio is
connected to the AUX1 jack on this
Home Theater System, select [Aux1]
and map with the TV (brand name) at
the right panel.
6 Select the audio input of this Home
Theater System that is used to connect to
other HDMI device (e.g. AUX1, AUX2),
then press .
7 Select the correct connected device, then
press OK .
Repeat steps 5~7 to map other
connected devices.
8 Press SETUP to exit the menu.

Aux 2
Audio Input Mapping
Aux 1 [TV]
other(non-HDMI)
[DVD 3400]
Coaxial In
Optical In
Map the audio inputs to the
connected devices
Note
Before you start, ensure that the audio output of
the HDMI TV and other HDMI devices have been
connected to the audio input jacks on this Home
Theater System.

1 Press DISC .
2 Press SETUP .
[General Setup] menu is displayed.
3 Press .
4 Select [EasyLink Setup] , then press .
[One Touch Play] and [One Touch
Standby] functions are turned on by
default in the factory.
5 Select [System Audio Control] > [On] ,
then press OK to start scanning devices.
Once complete, audio input mapping
menu is displayed.
OSD Language
Sleep Timer
Screen Saver
Disc Lock
Display Dim
General Setup
DivX(R) VOD Code
EasyLink
One Touch Standby
System Audio Control
Audio Input Mapping
One Touch Play
EasyLink Setup
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Select a play source

On the main unit
Press SOURCE button repeatedly to
select: DISC > USB > FM > AUX 1 >
AUX 2 > COAX IN > OPTI IN >
MP3 LINK > DOCK > DISC ...

On the remote control

Press AUDIO SOURCE repeatedly to
switch to the connected audio source:
Display Device connected to
AUX1 AUDIO IN-AUX1 jacks
AUX2 AUDIO IN-AUX2 jacks
COAX IN COAXIAL DIGITAL IN jack
OPTI IN OPTICAL DIGITAL IN jack
MP3 LINK MP3 LINK jack
Press RADIO to switch to FM band.
Press USB to switch to USB mode.
Press DOCK to switch to iPod mode.
Press DISC to switch to disc mode.
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Play video
Note
For video disc, playback always resumes from the
point where it was last stopped. To start play from
the beginning, press while the message is displayed.
Control video play
1 Play a title.
2 Use the remote control to control the
title.
Button Action
Starts, pauses or resumes disc
play.
Stops disc play.
Skips to the next title or chapter.
Skips to the beginning of the
current title or chapter. Press
twice to jump to the previous
title or chapter.
/ Searches fast-forward (right)
or fast-backward (left). Press
repeatedly to change the search
speed.
In pause mode, slow motion
backward or forward play.
/ Searches slow-forward (down)
or slow-backward (up). Press
repeatedly to change the search
speed.
For VCD, only slow-forward play
is possible.

5 Play
Play a disc
Caution
Never place any objects other than discs into the disc
compartment.
Never touch the disc optical lens inside the disc
compartment.
1 Press to open the disc compartment.
2 Insert a disc with its label facing up.
For double-sided disc, load the side
to play faces up.
3 Press to close the disc compartment
and start disc play.
To view disc play, turn on the TV to
the correct viewing channel for this
Home Theater System.
To stop disc play, press .
Note
Check the types of discs supported. (see
Specications > Playback media).
If the password entry menu is displayed, enter
the password before you can play the locked or
restricted disc.
If you pause or stop a disc for about 5 minutes, the
screen saver activates. To deactivate the screen
saver, press DISC .
After you pause or stop a disc and no buttons are
pressed within 15 minutes, this Home Theater
System automatically switches to standby mode.

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Access DVD menu

1 Press DISC to access disc main menu.
2 Select a play option, then press OK .
In some menus, press the Numeric
buttons to input your selection.
To return to the title menu during
play, press BACK .
Access VCD menu or preview menu
The PBC (Playback Control) for VCD is
activated by default in the factory. When you
load in a VCD, the contents menu is displayed.
1 Press to select a play option, then
press OK to start play.
If PBC is off, it skips the menu and
starts play from the rst title.
To return to the menu during play,
press BACK (only possible if the
PBC mode is on).
2 Press DISC to preview the contents of
the disc.
To exit the menu, press DISC .

3 Select a preview play option, then press
OK


Select Digest Type:
Track Digest
Disc Interval
Track Interval

Change video play
1 Play a title.
2 Use the remote control to change the
video play.
Button Action
AUDIO
SYNC
Selects an audio language or
channel on a disc.
SUBTITLE Selects the subtitle language on
a disc.
REPEAT Selects or turns off repeat or
shufe mode.
Repeat options vary depending
on the disc type.
For VCDs, repeat play is only
possible if the PBC mode is
turned off.
ZOOM Zooms in or out of the picture.
To pan through the zoomed
image, press the Navigation
buttons .
INFO Displays the current status or
disc information.
You can change the video
play options here without
interrupting disc play.

SCREEN
FIT
Fits the picture format to the
TV screen.
You can watch the movie in full
screen on TV.
Note
Some operations may not work with some discs. See
the information accompanying the disc for details.

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Quick skip play to a specic time

1 During play, press INFO .
The disc status menu is displayed.
2 Press to view information, then press
OK .
[TT Time] (title time)
[Ch Time] (chapter time)
[Disc Time] (disc time)
[Track Time] (track time)
3 Press the Numeric buttons to enter the
time where you want to skip to, then
press OK .
Note
The options are different depending on the disc type.
Repeat play a specic section
1 During play, press REPEAT A-B at where
you want to set the starting point.
2 Press REPEAT A-B again to set the
ending point.
Repeat play starts.
3 To cancel repeat play, press REPEAT A-B
again.
Note
The marked section for repeat play is only possible
within a track/title.

[Track Digest]
Plays the rst few seconds of each track in a
disc.

[Disc Interval]
Divides the total disc time by six and play the
rst few seconds of these intervals.

[Track Interval]
Divides the current track by six and play the
rst few seconds of these intervals.
This option is not available in stop mode.
Tip
You can change the PBC setting (see Adjust settings
> Preferences > [PBC] ).
Sync audio output with video play
If the video play is slower than the audio
output (sound does not match with the
pictures), you can delay the audio output to
match the video.

1 Press and hold AUDIO SYNC until
AUDIO SYNC is displayed.
2 Within ve seconds, press VOL +/- to set
the delay time for audio output.
Note
If the volume control is not used within ve seconds,
it resumes normal volume control function.
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Note
You can only play DivX videos that were rented
or purchased with the DivX registration code of
this Home Theater System (see Adjust settings >
General setup > [DivX(R) VOD Code] ) .
You can play DivX video les of up to 4GB.
If the subtitle does not appear correctly, change the
character set (see Adjust settings > Preferences >
[DivX Subtitle] ).
This Home Theater System can display up to 45
characters in the subtitle.
Play music
Control audio track play
1 Play a track.
2 Use the remote control to control the
track.
Button Action
Starts, pauses or resumes
disc play.
Stops disc play.
Skips to the next track.
Skips to the beginning of
the current track. Press
twice to jump to the
previous track.

Selects an item to play.
/ Searches fast-forward
(right) or fast-backward
(left). Press repeatedly to
change the search speed.
REPEAT Selects or turns off repeat
or shufe mode.

View video play from different camera
angles
1 During play, press INFO .
The disc status menu is displayed.
2 Select [Angle] , then press .
3 Press the Numeric buttons to select an
angle, then press OK .
Play changes to the selected angle.
Note
Applicable only to discs contain multi-angle scenes.
Play DivX video
DivX video is a digital media format that
retains high quality despite a high rate of
compression. You can enjoy DivX video on
this DivX Certied Home Theater System.
1 Insert a disc or USB that contains the
DivX videos.
2 Press DISC or USB .
A contents menu is displayed.
3 Select a title to play, then press .
4 Use the remote control to control the
title.
Button Action
AUDIO
SYNC
Selects an audio language or
channel.
SUBTITLE Select DVD or DivX subtitle
languages.
Stops play.
For DivX Ultra video, press
this button again to display the
contents menu.
INFO Displays DivX Ultra video
information.
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Play photo
Play photo as slideshow
This Home Theater System can play JPEG
photos (les with .jpeg or .jpg extensions).
1 Insert a disc or USB that contains the
JPEG photos.
2 Press DISC or USB .
Slideshow begins (for Kodak disc) or
a contents menu (for JPEG disc) is
displayed.
3 Select the folder/album you want to play.
To preview the photos in the folder/
album, press INFO .

To go to previous or next screen
display, press / .
To select a photo, press the
Navigation buttons .
To display the selected photo only,
press OK .
4 Press to start slideshow play.
To return to the menu, press
BACK .
Play MP3/WMA music
MP3/WMA is a type of highly compressed
audio le (les with .mp3 or .wma extensions).
1 Insert a disc or USB that contains the
MP3/WMA music.
2 Press DISC or USB .
A contents menu is displayed.
3 Select a folder, then press OK .
4 Select a track to play, then press .
To return to the main menu, press
BACK or press until Previous
folder is selected, then press OK .
Note
For disc recorded in multiple sessions, only the rst
session is played.
This Home Theater System does not support
MP3PRO audio format.
If any special characters are present in the MP3 track
name (ID3) or album name, it might not be displayed
correctly on the screen because these characters are
not supported.
Some WMA les are protected by Digital Rights
Management and cannot be played on this Home
Theater System.
Folders/les that exceed the supported limit of
this Home Theater System will not be displayed or
played.
Tip
You can select the display of data contents, view
folders or les (see Adjust settings > Preferences >
[MP3/JPEG Display] ).
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Play musical slideshow
Play MP3/WMA music les and JPEG
photo les simultaneously to create musical
slideshow. The MP3/WMA and JPEG les
must be stored on the same disc or USB
device.
1 Play MP3/WMA music.
2 Navigate to the photo folder/album and
press OK to start slideshow play.
Slideshow begins and continues till the
end of the photo folder or album.
Audio continues to play till the end of
the disc.
To stop slideshow play, press .
To stop music play, press again.
Note
You may require longer time to display the disc
content on the TV due to the large number of songs/
photos compiled onto one disc.
If the JPEG photo is not recorded with an exif type
le, the actual thumbnail picture is not be shown
on the display. It is replaced by a blue mountain
thumbnail picture.
This Home Theater System can only display digital
camera pictures according to the JPEG-EXIF format,
typically used by almost all digital cameras. It cannot
display Motion JPEG and pictures in formats other
than JPEG, or sound clips associated with pictures.
Folders/les that exceed the supported limit of this
Home Theater System are not displayed or played.
Control photo play
1 Play photo slideshow.
2 Use the remote control to control the
photo.
Button Action
Skips to the previous photo.
Skips to the next photo.
Rotates the photo clockwise.
Rotates the photo anti-
clockwise.
ZOOM Zooms in or out of the
picture.
Play pause in zoom mode.
Stops play.
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Play from portable media
player
Simply connect your portable media player (e.g.
MP3 player) to this Home Theater System to
enjoy superb sound quality from your music
collections.

1 Connect a 3.5mm stereo audio cable
(not supplied) from the MP3 LINK jack
on this Home Theater System to the
headphone jack on the portable media
player.
2 Press AUDIO SOURCE repeatedly until
MP3 LINK is displayed.
3 Start play on your portable media player.
To stop play, press STOP on the
portable media player.
Note
Control playback is only possible on the portable
media player.
Stop play on the portable media player before you
switch to other play media/source.

MP3
Play from USB device
This Home Theater System plays/views MP3,
WMA, DivX (Ultra) or JPEG les on the
following USB devices:
digital camera that complies with the PTP
standard
ash drive
memory card reader
HDD (external power source needed)

1 Connect a USB device to the (USB)
jack.
2 Press USB .
A contents menu is displayed.
3 Select a le to play, then press .
Play starts.
To stop play, press or remove the
USB device.
Note
If the device does not t into the USB jack, connect it
through a USB extension cable.
If you connect a multiple USB card/device reader,
only one card/device can be accessed.
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Control iPod music

1 Connect the docking station to the
DOCK jack on this Home Theater
System.
2 Dock your iPod to the docking station
and turn it on.
3 Press DOCK .
It may require longer time to
authenticate the compatibility of
certain iPod range.
4 Start play on your iPod.
5 During playback, you can use the remote
control to control the music play.
Button Action
VOL +/- Change the volume level
SOUND Select a predened sound
effect
Go to the previous/next
track
/ Search backward/forward
Pause/resume play
Note
While in iPod mode, the battery of your iPod will be
charged.

DOCK
Play from iPod
Simply connect your iPod to the docking station
to enjoy your iPod play through this Home
Theater System.
List of supported iPod range:
iPod classic
iPod touch 2G
iPod touch
iPod nano
iPod nano 2G
iPod nano 3G
iPod nano 4G
iPod 5G
iPod photo
iPod 4G
iPod mini
Note
Refer to the Philips website for latest updates on the
supported iPod range.
Prepare the docking station
If your iPod cannot t into the docking station,
adjust the support as below.

1 Turn the knob at the bottom of the
docking station anti-clockwise to loosen
the adjustable support.
2 Adjust the support until it can t your
iPod.
3 Turn the knob clockwise to tighten it.
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Listen to radio
1 Press RADIO .
2 Use the remote control to control the
radio.
Button Action
Selects a preset radio station.
Tunes the radio frequency up or
down.
Press and hold this button to
erase the current radio station
from the preset list.
The preset number for other
radio stations remain unchanged.
Reinstall all the radio stations
1 Press RADIO .
2 Press and hold PROGRAM for more than
5 seconds.
All previously stored radio stations are
replaced.
Note
Check the radio antenna connection if no stereo
signal is detected or less than 5 stations are detected
during radio installation.

Play from radio
Check if the FM antenna has been connected
to this Home Theater System. If not, connect
the supplied FM antenna to the FM75 jack
and x its ends to the wall.

Tip
For better FM stereo reception, connect an external
FM antenna (not supplied).
Position the antenna as far away as possible from
your TV, VCR or other radiation source to prevent
interference.
First time tuning
When you access to radio mode for the rst
time, follow the instructions to install the radio
stations.
1 Press RADIO .
AUTO INSTALL ... PRESS PLAY is
displayed.
2 Press .
All detected radio stations are stored.
Once complete, it tunes to the rst
preset radio station.
To stop auto tuning, press .
Note
This Home Theater System can store up to a
maximum of 40 radio stations.
If auto installation is not activated or less than 5 radio
stations are stored, you will be prompted to install
the radio stations again.
FM (75 )
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Search and store radio stations
individually
1 Press RADIO .
2 Press / .
It starts searching until a radio station
is detected.
3 Repeat step 2 until you tune to the radio
station you wish to store.
To netune the radio frequency,
press / .
4 Press PROGRAM .
The preset station number blinks.
If no action is carried out within 20
seconds after the above step, it exits
the preset mode.
5 Press / (or the Numeric buttons ) to
select a preset number to store.
6 Press PROGRAM to conrm.
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6 Select the audio track, then press OK .
To select another track, repeat step
6.
To select all tracks, select [Select
All] in the menu and press OK .
To deselect all tracks, select
[Deselect all] in the menu and press
OK .
7 Select [Start] in the menu to convert,
then press OK .
Once complete, a new folder is
created automatically in the USB
device to store all the new MP3 les.
To exit the menu, select [Exit] and
press OK .
Note
While you convert, do not press any buttons.
DTS CDs and copy-protected CDs cannot be
converted.
Write-protected or password-protected USB
devices cannot be used to store MP3 les.
6 Advanced
features
Create MP3 audio les
You can convert audio CDs into MP3 audio
les with this Home Theater System. The
created MP3 audio les are saved in your USB
device.
Option Description
[Speed] Selects the write-to-le speed.
If [Normal] speed is selected,
music play can be heard while
creating the MP3 le.
[Bitrate] Selects the quality level. Higher
bitrate for better sound quality
and bigger le size.
Default setting is [128kbps] .

1 Insert an audio CD. (CDDA/HDCD)
2 Connect the USB ash drive to
(USB) jack on this Home Theater System.
3 During disc play, press CREATE MP3 .
4 Select the conversion options in the
[OPTIONS] panel, then press OK .
5 Press to access the [TRACK] panel.

CREATE MP3
OPTIONS TRACK
Bitrate 128kbps
SUMMARY
Select Track 0

Start Exit Select All Deselect All
Time 00:00
Track01 04:14
Track02 04:17
Track03 03:58
Track04 04:51
Track05 03:53
Track06 04:09
Track07 04:38
Speed Normal
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Select a preset sound

1 Press SOUND repeatedly to select the
sound effect that most suitable for the
video or music you play.
Video/Music Description
ACTION /
ROCK
Enhance low and high
range for great sounding
movie effects and
atmosphere. Great for
action movies and rock/
pop music.
CONCERT /
CLASSIC
Flat and pure sound
mode. Ideal for listening
to classical music and
watching live concert
disc.
DRAMA /
JAZZ
Clear mid and high
range. Recreates the
atmosphere of a live club
with the artist just in
front of you. Good for
jazz music and watching
dramas.
SPORTS Moderate mid range
and surround effects
for clear vocals and the
atmosphere of a live
sports venue. It is also
ideal for video gaming.
NIGHT Dynamically controlled
sound mode suitable
for watching movies at
night or for nonintrusive
background music.
7 Adjust sound
Control the volume
1 Press VOL +/- to increase or decrease
the volume.
To mute, press .
To restore the volume, press again
or press VOL + .
Select surround sound

1 Press SURR repeatedly to select the best
surround output thats available on the
disc.
Option Description
5 CH
STEREO
Enhances the stereo
channel output by
duplicating the sound
output to the center and
rear speakers. Ideal for
party music.
MULTI-
CHANNEL
/ DPLII
Multi-channel surround
output: Dolby Digital, and
Dolby Pro Logic II.
STEREO Stereo sound

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General setup

1 Press SETUP .
[General Setup] menu is displayed.
2 Press .
3 Select an option, then press OK .
4 Select a setting, then press OK .
To return to the previous menu,
press BACK .
To exit the menu, press SETUP .
Note
See the explanations of the above options in the
following pages.
OSD Language
Sleep Timer
Screen Saver
Disc Lock
EasyLink Setup
Display Dim
General Setup
DivX(R) VOD Code
8 Adjust settings
You can customize various kinds of settings as
you prefer. Refer to the following instructions to
navigate through the setup menus.
Symbol Options


[General Setup]


[Audio Setup]


[Video Setup]


[Preferences]
Note
If the setup option is grayed out, it means the setting
cannot be changed at the current state.

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[Disc Lock]
Sets play restriction for a specic discs.
Before you start, place the disc in the disc
compartment (maximum 40 discs can be
locked).
[Lock] Restricts access to the current
disc. Once activated, a password is
needed to unlock and play the disc.
[Unlock] Plays all discs.
Tip
You can set or change the password (see Adjust
settings > Preferences > [Password] ).
[Display Dim]
Changes the brightness level of the display
panel on this Home Theater System.
[100%] Normal brightness.
[70%] Medium brightness.
[40%] Dimmest display.

[OSD Language]
Selects the default on-screen menu language.

[Screen Saver]
Turns off or on the screen saver mode. Helps
to protect the TV screen from being damaged
due to over exposure to a static image for too
long.
[On] Sets the screen saver to appear
after 5 minutes of inactivity (for example,
in pause or stop mode).
[Off] Disable screen saver mode.

[Sleep Timer]
Switches to standby automatically after the
preset time.
[15 mins] , [30 mins] , [45 mins] , [60 mins]
Selects the count down time before
the Home Theater System switches to
standby.
[Off] Disables sleep timer mode.

[EasyLink Setup]
If this Home Theater System is connected
to HDMI CEC compliant TV/devices, all
connected devices can respond to the
following commands simultaneously:
Option Description
[EasyLink] Turns off or on all EasyLink
features.
To disable this feature, select
[Off] .
[One Touch
Play]
When you press PLAY , the
TV and Home Theater System
are turned on. Disc play starts
if there is a disc in the Home
Theater System.
To disable this feature, select
[Off] .
[One Touch
Standby]
When you press and hold
STANDBY for at least three
seconds , connected HDMI
CEC devices simultaneously
switch to standby.
To disable this feature, select
[Off] .
[System
Audio
Control]
When you play audio that is
routed from the connected
devices, this Home Theater
System switches to the
corresponding audio source
automatically.
To enable this feature, select
[On] . Then proceed to [Audio
Input Mapping] to scan and
map all the connected devices.
[Audio Input
Mapping]
When you map the audio
input correctly, this Home
Theater System switches to
the audio from the played
device automatically.
Note
You must turn on the HDMI CEC operations on
the TV/devices before you can enjoy the EasyLink
controls. See the TV/devices manual for details.
Philips does not guarantee 100% interoperability
with all HDMI CEC compliant devices.
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Audio setup

1 Press SETUP .
[General Setup] menu is displayed.
2 Press to select [Audio Setup] , then
press .
3 Select an option, then press OK .
4 Select a setting, then press OK .
To return to the previous menu,
press BACK .
To exit the menu, press SETUP .
Note
See the explanations of the above options in the
following pages.
[Speakers Volume]
Sets the volume level of each speaker to get
the ideal audio balance.
1) To start, press OK .
2) Select a speaker in the menu, then press
to adjust the volume level.
3) Press OK to conrm and exit.
Note
The test tone is emitted from the speaker which you
adjust.
CD Upsampling
Speakers Delay
Speakers Volume
HDMI Audio
Audio Setup
Audio Sync
[DivX(R) VOD Code]
Displays the DivX registration code.
Tip
Enter this Home Theater System DivX registration
code when you rent or purchase video from www.
divx.com/vod. The DivX videos rented or purchased
through the DivX VOD (Video On Demand)
service can be played only on the device to which it
is registered.

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[Audio Sync]
Sets the default delay time for audio output
when you play a video disc.
1) To start, press OK .
2) Select a speaker delay in the menu, then
press to set the delay time.
3) Press OK to conrm and exit.
[Speakers Delay]
Sets the delay time for the center and rear
speakers if they are placed closer to the
listening position, so that the sound output
from all speakers reach the listening position
at the same time.
1) To start, press OK .
2) Select a speaker in the menu, then press
to set the delay time.
3) Press OK to conrm and exit.
Note
Allow 1ms setting for every 1 foot distance between
the speaker and the listening position.
[HDMI Audio]
Selects the HDMI audio setting when you
connect this Home Theater System and the
TV with a HDMI cable.
[On] Allows audio output through the
TV and the speaker system. If the audio
format on the disc is not supported, it
will be downmixed to two-channel sound
(linear-PCM).
[Off] Disables audio output from the
TV. The sound is only output through the
speaker system.

[CD Upsampling]
Converts the music CD to a higher sampling
rate using sophisticated digital signal
processing for better sound quality.
[Off] Disables CD-upsampling.
[88.2kHz (X2)] Converts the sampling
rate of the CDs twice as high as the
original rate.
Note
CD upsampling is only available in stereo mode.
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[TV Display]
Selects one of the following display formats:

[4:3 Pan Scan] For 4:3 screen TV: full-
height display with the trimmed sides.
[4:3 Letter Box] For 4:3 screen TV:
wide-screen display with black bars on
the top and bottom of the screen.
[16:9 Wide Screen] For wide-screen
TV: display ratio 16:9.

[Screen Fit]
Fits the picture format to the TV screen to
enjoy watching disc play in full screen mode.
[Select] Displays various types of full
screen format, press OK to select a
suitable picture format that best ts to
the TV screen.
[Off] Returns to normal screen display.

[Picture Setting]
Selects a predened set of picture color
settings or customize the personal setting.
[Standard] Original color setting.
[Bright] Vibrant color setting.
[Soft] Warm color setting.
[Personal] Customizes the color setting.
Set the level of brightness, contrast,
sharpness/tint and color saturation, then
press OK .

4:3 Letter Box (LB) 4:3 Pan Scan (PS) 16:9 (Wide Screen)
Video setup

1 Press SETUP .
[General Setup] menu is displayed.
2 Press to select [Video Setup] , then
press .
3 Select an option, then press OK
4 Select a setting, then press OK .
To return to the previous menu,
press BACK .
To exit the menu, press SETUP .
Note
See the explanations of the above options in the
following pages.
[TV System]
Change this setting if the video does not
appear correctly. By default, this setting
matches the most common setting for TVs in
your country.
[NTSC] For NTSC-system TV.
[Multi] For TV that is compatible with
both PAL and NTSC.


Video Setup
Picture Setting
Closed Caption
Progressive
HDMI Setup
TV Display
TV System
Screen Fit
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Note
If the setting is not compatible with your TV, a blank
screen appears. Wait for 15 seconds for auto recover
or switch to its default mode as follows: 1) Press . 2)
Press . 3) Press ZOOM .
[Closed Caption]
Turns off or on display captions.
[On] Shows the sound effects in
subtitles. Applicable only to discs with
Closed Caption information included and
the TV supports this feature.
[Off] Disables closed caption.

[Progressive]
If the TV supports progressive scan output,
you can turn on the progressive scan mode to
enhance the picture quality. Video connection
through Component Video is required.
[On] Turns on progressive scan mode.
[Off] Disables progressive scan mode.
Tip
There is more detailed description available (see Get
started > Turn on Progressive Scan).
[HDMI Setup]
Selects the HDMI video setting when you
connect this Home Theater System and the
TV with a HDMI cable.

[Wide Screen Format] Denes the
wide screen format for disc play.
Option Description
[Superwide] Center position of the
screen is stretched
less than the side.
Applicable only to
720p and above video
resolution setting.
[4:3 Pillar
Box]
No stretching of the
picture. Black bars are
displayed on both sides
of the screen.
[Off] Picture is displayed
according to the format
of the disc.
Note
This setting is only available if you have set the [TV
Display] setting to [16:9 Wide Screen] .
[HDMI Video] Selects the HDMI video
output resolution that is compatible with
your TV display capability.
Option Description
[Auto] Detects and selects
the best supported
video resolution
automatically.
[480i] , [576i] ,
[480p] , [576p] ,
[720p] , [1080i] ,
[1080p]
Selects a video
resolution that is best
supported by the TV.
See the TV manual for
details.
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[Audio]
Selects the default audio language for disc play.

[Subtitle]
Selects the default subtitle language for disc
play.

[Disc Menu]
Selects the language for disc menu.
Note
If the language you have set is not available on the
disc, the disc uses its own default language.
For some discs, the subtitle/audio language can only
be changed from the disc menu.
To select the languages that are not listed in the
menu, select [Others] . Then check the Language
Code list at the back of this user manual and enter
the respective 4-digit language code.
[Parental]
Restricts access to discs that are unsuitable
for children. These types of discs must be
recorded with ratings.
1) Press OK .
2) Select a rating level, then press OK .
3) Press the Numeric buttons to enter the
password.
Note
Rated discs above the level you set in [Parental]
require a password to be played.
The ratings are country-dependent. To allow all discs
to play, select 8 .
Some discs have ratings printed on them but are not
recorded with ratings. This function has no effect on
such discs.
Tip
You can set or change the password (see
Preferences > [Password] ).

Preferences
Note
Stop disc play before you can access to
[Preferences] .

1 Press SETUP .
[General Setup] menu is displayed.
2 Press to select [Preferences] , then
press .
3 Select an option, then press OK .
4 Select a setting, then press OK .
To return to the previous menu,
press BACK .
To exit the menu, press SETUP .
Note
See the explanations of the above options in the
following pages.

Parental
MP3/JPEG Display
PBC
Subtitle
Audio
Preferences
Disc Menu
DivX Subtitle
Password
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[DivX Subtitle]
Selects a character set that supports the DivX
subtitle.
[Standard] English, Irish, Danish,
Estonian, Finnish,
French, German,
Italian, Portuguese,
Luxembourgish, Norwegian
(Bokml and Nynorsk),
Spanish, Swedish, Turkish
[Central
Europe]
Polish, Czech, Slovak,
Albanian, Hungarian,
Slovene, Croatian, Serbian
(Latin script), Romanian
[Cyrillic] Belarusian, Bulgarian,
Ukrainian, Macedonian,
Russian, Serbian
[Greek] Greek
[Hebrew] Hebrew
[Chinese(Simp)] Simplied Chinese
[Korean] Korean
Note
Ensure that the subtitle le has the exact same le
name as the movie le. If for example the le name
of the movie is Movie.avi, then you will need to
name the text le Movie.sub or Movie.srt.
[Version Info.]
Displays the software version of this Home
Theater System.
Tip
This information is required when you want to nd
out if a newest software version is available at the
Philips website that you may download and install on
this Home Theater System.
[Default]
Resets all the settings of this Home Theater
System to factory default, except for [Disc
Lock] , [Password] and [Parental] settings.
[PBC]
Turns off or on the content menu of VCDs/
SVCDs with PBC (playback control) feature.
[On] - Displays index menu when you
load a disc for play.
[Off] - Skips the menu and start play
from the rst title.

[MP3/JPEG Display]
Selects to display the folders or display all the
les.
[View Folders] Displays the folders of
MP3/WMA les.
[View Files] Displays all the les.

[Password]
Sets or changes the password for locked discs
and play restricted DVDs.

1) Press the Numeric buttons to enter
136900 or the last set password at [Old
Password] eld.
2) Enter the new password at [New
Password] eld.
3) Enter the new password again at [Conrm
Password] eld.
4) Press OK to exit the menu.
Note
If you forget the password, enter 136900 before you
set a new password.
Old Password
New Password
Confirm Password
OK
Change Password
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Note
Do not remove the CD-R or USB when software
updating is in progress.
8 Disconnect the power cord for a few
seconds and connect again to reboot the
system.
Care
Caution
Never use solvents such as benzene, thinner,
cleaners available commercially, or anti-static sprays
intended for discs.
Clean discs
Wipe the disc with a micro bre cleaning cloth
from the centre to the edge in a straight line
movement.

Clean main unit screen
Wipe the screen surface with a micro bre
cleaning cloth.
9 Additional
Information
Update software
To check for new updates, compare the current
software version of your Home Theater System
with the latest software version (if available) at
the Philips website.

1 Press SETUP .
2 Select [Preferences] > [Version Info.] ,
then press OK .
3 Write down the version number, then
press SETUP to exit the menu.
4 Go to www.philips.com/support to check
the latest software version available for
this Home Theater System.
5 If the latest software version is higher
than the software version of this Home
Theater System, download it and store
onto a CD-R or USB ash drive.
6 Insert the CD-R or USB ash drive to this
Home Theater System.
7 Press DISC or USB , then follow the
instruction on the TV to conrm update
operation.
Once software update is complete,
this Home Theater System turns off to
standby automatically.
MP3/JPEG Display
DivX Subtitle
Password
Parental
Disc Menu
Preferences
PBC
Default
Version Info.
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Radio
Tuning range: FM 87.5-108 MHz
(100 kHz)
26 dB quieting sensitivity: FM 22 dBf
IF rejection ratio: FM 60 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio: FM 50 dB
Harmonic distortion: FM 3%
Frequency response: FM 180 Hz~10 kHz
/ 6dB
Stereo separation: FM 26 dB (1 kHz)
Stereo Threshold: FM 29 dB

USB
Compatibility: Hi-Speed USB (2.0)
Class support: UMS (USB Mass Storage
Class)
File system: FAT12, FAT16, FAT32

Docking Station
Dimension (H X D): 34.5 X 104 (mm)
Weight: 164 g

Main Unit
Power supply: 120V; ~ 60Hz
Power consumption: 180 W
Standby power consumption: < 1 W
Dimensions (WxHxD):
360 x 57 x 333 (mm)
Weight: 3.01 kg

Speakers
System: full range satellite
Speaker impedance: 4 ohm (center),
4 ohm (Front/Rear)
Speaker drivers:
Center: 3 woofer
Front/Rear: 3 full range
Frequency response: 150 Hz ~ 20 kHz
Dimensions (WxHxD): 100 x 100 x 75
(mm)
Weight:
Front: 0.48 kg
Rear: 0.45 kg
Center: 0.67 kg

10 Specifications
Note
Specication and design are subject to change
without notice
Playback media
DVD-Video, DVD+R/+RW, DVD-R/-
RW, DVD+R DL, CD-R/CD-RW, Audio
CD, Video CD/SVCD, Picture CD,
MP3-CD, WMA-CD, DivX-CD, USB
ash drive

Amplier
Total output power:
Home Theater mode: 1000 W RMS
(6 X 167)
FTC mode (1%THD): 520 W RMS
* (Main Ch @ 1kHz Sub Ch 60Hz
within 1% THD)
Frequency response: 40 Hz ~ 20 kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio: > 60 dB
(A-weighted)
Input sensitivity:
AUX1: 400 mV
AUX2: 400 mV
MP3 LINK: 250 mV

Disc
Laser Type: Semiconductor
Disc diameter: 12cm / 8cm
Video decording: MPEG1/ MPEG2 / DivX
/ DivX Ultra
Video DAC: 12 bits, 108 MHz
Signal system: Multi / NTSC
Video S/N: 56 dB
Audio DAC: 24 bits / 96 kHz
Frequency response:
4 Hz - 20 kHz (44.1 kHz)
4 Hz - 22 kHz (48 kHz)
4 Hz - 44 kHz (96 kHz)
PCM: IEC 60958
Dolby Digital: IEC 60958, IEC 61937
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Subwoofer
Impedance: 4 ohm
Speaker drivers: 165 mm (6.5) woofer
Frequency response: 40 Hz ~ 150 Hz
Dimensions (WxHxD): 163 x 363 x 369
(mm)
Weight: 4.7 kg

Laser specication
Type: Semiconductor laser GaAIAs (CD)
Wave length: 645 - 665 nm (DVD),
770 - 800 nm (CD)
Output power: 6 mW (DVD),
7 mW (VCD/CD)
Beam divergence: 60 degrees.

Declaration of conformity
Model number: HTS3371D/F7,
HTS3372D/F7
Trade Name: Philips
Responsible Party:
Philips Consumer Lifestyle
A Division of Philips Electronics
North America Corp.
P. O. Box 671539
Marietta, GA 30006-0026

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If this happens when you turn on the
progressive scan setting, you have to
switch to its default mode:
1) Press .
2) Press .
3) Press AUDIO SYNC.

No picture on HDMI connection.
Check if the HDMI cable is faulty. Replace
a new HDMI cable.
If this happens when you change the
HDMI video resolution, you have to
switch to its default mode:
1) Press .
2) Press .
3) Press ZOOM .
Sound
No sound.
Ensure that the audio cables are
connected and press the correct input
source (for example, AUDIO SOURCE ,
USB ) to select the device you want to
play.

No sound on HDMI connection.
Sound cannot transmit through HDMI
connection if the connected device is
non-HDCP compliant or only DVI-
compatible. Make an analog or digital
audio connection.
Ensure that the [HDMI Audio] setting is
turned on.

No sound from TV program.
Connect an audio cable from the AUDIO
input on this Home Theater System to
the AUDIO output on your TV. Then
press AUDIO SOURCE repeatedly to
select the corresponding audio input
source.
11 Troubleshooting
Warning
Risk of electric shock. Never remove the casing of
the Home Theater System.
To keep the warranty valid, never try to repair
the system yourself.
If you encounter problems when using the
Home Theater System, check the following
points before requesting service. If the problem
remains unsolved, register your Home Theater
System and get support at www.philips.com/
welcome.

If you contact Philips, you will be asked for the
model and serial number of your Home Theater
System. The model number and serial number
are on the back or bottom of your Home
Theater System. Write the numbers here:
Model No. __________________________
Serial No. ___________________________
Main unit
The buttons on this Home Theater System do
not work.
Disconnect this Home Theater System
from the power outlet for a few minutes,
then connect again.
Picture
No picture.
See TVs manual for correct video input
channel selection. Change the TV channel
until you see the DVD screen.
Press DISC .
If you have changed the [TV Display]
setting, switch back to default mode:
1) Press to open the disc compartment.
2) Press .
3) Press SUBTITLE .
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The contents of the USB ash drive cannot
be read.
The USB ash drive format is not
compatible with this Home Theater
System.
Drive is formatted with different le
system which is not supported by this
unit (e.g. NTFS).
Maximum size of memory supported is
160GB.

No surround sound effect from the speakers.
Press SURR to select a correct surround
sound setting.
If the Home Theater System does not
support DTS playback, press AUDIO
SYNC to select other audio track.
Ensure that the source you are playing
is recorded or broadcast in surround
sound (Dolby Digital, etc).Sound cannot
transmit through HDMI connection if
the connected device is non-HDCP
compliant or only DVI-compatible. Make
an analog or digital audio connection.

Play
DivX video les cannot be played.
Ensure that the DivX le is encoded
according to the Home Theater Prole
with the DivX encoder.
Ensure that the DivX video le is
complete.

The aspect ratio of the screen is not aligned
with the TV display setting.
The aspect ratio is xed on the disc.

DivX subtitle does not display correctly.
Ensure that the subtitle le name is the
same as the movie le name.
Select the correct character set:
1) Press SETUP .
2) Select [Preferences] , then press .
3) Select [DivX Subtitle] , then press OK .
4) Select the character set that supports
the subtitle.


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HDMI
High-Denition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
is a high-speed digital interface that can
transmit uncompressed high denition video
and digital multichannel audio. It delivers high
quality picture and sound quality, completely
free from noise. HDMI is fully backward-
compatible with DVI.
As required by the HDMI standard,
connecting to HDMI or DVI products without
HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content
Protection) will result in no Video or Audio
output.
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JPEG
A very common digital still picture format.
A still-picture data compression system
proposed by the Joint Photographic Expert
Group, which features small decrease in image
quality in spite of its high compression ratio.
Files are recognized by their le extension
.jpg or .jpeg.
M
MP3
A le format with a sound data compression
system. MP3 is the abbreviation of Motion
Picture Experts Group 1 (or MPEG-1) Audio
Layer 3. With the MP3 format, one CD-R or
CD-RW can contain about 10 times more
data than a regular CD.
MPEG
Motion Picture Experts Group. A collection
of compression systems for digital audio and
video.

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Aspect ratio
Aspect ratio refers to the length to height
ratio of TV screens. The ratio of a standard
TV is 4:3, while the ratio of a high-denition
or wide TV is 16:9. The letter box allows you
to enjoy a picture with a wider perspective on
a standard 4:3 screen.
D
DivX
The DivX codec is a patent-pending,
MPEG-4 based video compression technology
developed by DivX, Inc. It can shrink the le
size of digital video and still maintain the high
visual quality.
Dolby Digital
A surround sound system developed by Dolby
Laboratories that contains up to six channels
of digital audio (front left and right, surround
left and right, center and subwoofer.)
H
HDCP
High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection.
This is a specication that provides a secure
transmission of digital contents between
different devices (to prevent unauthorized
copyright.)

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PBC
Playback Control. A system where you
navigate through a Video CD/Super VCD with
on-screen menus that are recorded onto the
disc. You can enjoy interactive playback and
search.
PCM
Pulse Code Modulation. A digital audio
encoding system.
Progressive scan
The progressive scan displays twice the
number of frames per second than in an
ordinary TV system. It offers higher picture
resolution and quality.
W
WMA
Windows Media Audio. Refers to an
audio compression technology developed by
Microsoft Corporation. WMA data can be
encoded with Windows Media player version
9 or Windows Media player for Windows XP.
Files are recognized by their le extension
.wma.
WMV
Windows Media Video. Refers to a video
compression technology developed by
Microsoft Corporation. WMV content can be
encoded by using Windows Media Encoder
9 series. Files are recognised by their le
extension .wmv.
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Registering your model with PHILIPS makes you eligible for all of the valuable benefits listed below, so don't miss out.
Complete and return your Product Registration Card at once, or register online at www.philips.com/welcome to
ensure:
Return your Product Registration Card or register online at
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Congratulations on your purchase,
and welcome to the family!
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Most importantly, you can count on our uncompromising commit-
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All of this is our way of saying welcome - and thanks for investing
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P.S. To get the most from your PHILIPS purchase, be
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For Customer Use
Enter below the Serial No. which is locat-
ed on the rear of the cabinet. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No. ________________________
Serial No. ________________________
Know these
safetysymbols
This bolt of lightning indicates unin-
sulated material within your unit may
cause an electrical shock. For the safety of
everyone in your household, please do not
remove product covering.
The exclamation point calls atten-
tion to features for which you should
read the enclosed literature closely to pre-
vent operating and maintenance problems.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or
electric shock, this apparatus should not be
exposed to rain or moisture and objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, should not
be placed on this apparatus.
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock,
match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully
insert.
ATTENTION: Pour viter les choc lec-
triques, introduire la lame la plus large de la
fiche dans la borne correspondante de la
prise et pousser jusquau fond.
CAUTI ON
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
* Proof of Purchase
Returning the enclosed card guarantees
that your date of purchase will be on file,
so no additional paperwork will be
required from you to obtain warranty
service.
* Product Safety
Notification
By registering your product, you'll receive
notification - directly from the manufac-
turer - in the rare case of a product
recall or safety defect.
* Additional Benefits
Registering your product guarantees that
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P&F USA, Inc. PO Box 672768, Marietta, GA. 30006
PHILIPS LIMITED WARRANTY
ONE (1) YEAR
WARRANTY COVERAGE:
PHILIPS warranty obligation is limited to the terms set forth
below.
WHO IS COVERED:
Philips warrants the product to the original purchaser or the per-
son receiving the product as a gift against defects in materials and
workmanship as based on the date of original purchase
(Warranty Period) from an Authorized Dealer. The original
sales receipt showing the product name and the purchase date
from an authorized retailer is considered such proof.
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or workmanship occurs and a valid claim is received by Philips
within the Warranty Period. At its option, Philips will either (1)
repair the product at no charge, using new or refurbished
replacement parts, or (2) exchange the product with a product
that is new or which has been manufactured from new, or ser-
viceable used parts and is at least functionally equivalent or most
comparable to the original product in Philips current inventory,
or (3) refund the original purchase price of the product.
Philips warrants replacement products or parts provided under
this warranty against defects in materials and workmanship from
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and the replaced item becomes Philips property. When a refund
is given, your product becomes Philips property.
Note: Any product sold and identified as refurbished or
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Replacement product can only be sent if all warranty
requirements are met. Failure to follow all requirements
can result in delay.
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TATIONS:
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apply to any non-Philips hardware product or any software, even
if packaged or sold with the product. Non-Philips manufacturers,
suppliers, or publishers may provide a separate warranty for their
own products packaged with the bundled product.
Philips is not liable for any damage to or loss of any programs,
data, or other information stored on any media contained within
the product, or any non-Philips product or part not covered by
this warranty. Recovery or reinstallation of programs, data or
other information is not covered under this Limited Warranty.
This warranty does not apply (a) to damage caused by accident,
abuse, misuse, neglect, misapplication, or non-Philips product, (b)
to damage caused by service performed by anyone other than
Philips or Philips Authorized Service Location, (c) to a product or
a part that has been modified without the written permission of
Philips, or (d) if any Philips serial number has been removed or
defaced, or (e) product, accessories or consumables sold AS IS
without warranty of any kind by including refurbished Philips
product sold AS IS by some retailers.
This Limited Warranty does not cover:
Shipping charges to return defective product to Philips.
Labor charges for installation or setup of the product, adjust-
ment of customer controls on the product, and installation or
repair of antenna/signal source systems outside of the product.
Product repair and/or part replacement because of improper
installation or maintenance, connections to improper voltage
supply, power line surge, lightning damage, retained images or
screen markings resulting from viewing fixed stationary con-
tent for extended periods, product cosmetic appearance items
due to normal wear and tear, unauthorized repair or other
cause not within the control of Philips.
Damage or claims for products not being available for use, or
for lost data or lost software.
Damage from mishandled shipments or transit accidents when
returning product to Philips.
A product that requires modification or adaptation to enable
it to operate in any country other than the country for which
it was designed, manufactured, approved and/or authorized, or
repair of products damaged by these modifications.
A product used for commercial or institutional purposes
(including but not limited to rental purposes).
Product lost in shipment and no signature verification receipt
can be provided.
Failure to operate per Owners Manual.
TO OBTAIN ASSISTANCE IN THE U.S.A., PUERTO
RICO, OR U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS
Contact Philips Customer Care Center at:
1 866 771 4018
TO OBTAIN ASSISTANCE IN CANADA
1 800 661 6162 (French Speaking)
1 866 771 4018 (English or Spanish Speaking)
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS
WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR THE CON-
SUMER. PHILIPS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDEN-
TAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF
ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PROD-
UCT. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE
LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT
IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS
WARRANTY.
Some states do not allow the exclusions or limitation of inciden-
tal or consequential damages, or allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may
not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights which vary from state/province to state/province.
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